The authority 'decisively protests' against the illegal visit of Czech MEP Jaromir Koglicek and the Czech Senator Jaroslav Doubrava to Crimea, which is considered a temporarily occupied part of Ukraine.
The embassy reminded that the UN General Assembly passed the respective resolution (№.68/262 from March 27, 2014), in which it confirms the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, and urges the member countries to avoid any actions, which may be interpreted as the change of status of Ukraine's Crimea.
The authority added that those who visit the occupied peninsula are a tool in the Kremlin's hands. 'By hiding behind these 'visits', the Kremlin will keep on with the repressions, arrests, tortures and murders of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars in the occupied Crimea - unfettered'.
Kyiv reserves the right to impose sanctions against 'foreign citizens who rudely and systematically violate the rules of entry to the occupied territory of Ukraine', the Embassy stressed.
Koglicek and Doubrava, the Czech Communists, have previously visited the occupied Crimea; last April, they joined the business forum in Yalta.